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08-12-2016, 09:23 PM - 3 Likes   #3196
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Thanks and you're black and white is abolutely gorgeous too
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Great pose and you nailed that red dress! 85mm? Why oh why didn't I pick up one of those lenses when the opportunities were plentiful
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Had planned to capture some meteors last night, but lens fogged.. so took this instead close to morning:
That sky is amazing!



A quiet morning with a bit of mist in the Tillamook area of Oregon... DA*55mm is such a useful lens.

A Tillamook beach


...and a processed for color version of my previous post as well

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08-12-2016, 10:45 PM   #3197
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A clone tool would knock out that sign in two seconds! What is really amazing is that with all those woods you didn't get a single squirrel!

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you are right. send in the clones.i think the squirrel was behind the camera.
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Hurry Up........ I'm next! Taken with the Sigma 70-200 APO DG lens & K-1.

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Voigtlander 20/3.5..... Anna reckons the edges are too sharp..... unlike most lens reviewers....it reminds me of the DA 15 on crop.



And... yeah right... we're not leaving here... call us all you want!




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That's a really amazing photo, great texture, sharp!
Thanks Bobbers, it's just clarity pushed to 100% in LR.
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I was driving in this south alpine area in Austria (the country of origin of Arnold Schwarzenegger), and suddenly I saw this wooden bridge away with stone roof slightly bending under the weight to the flat stones. I looked for a road track so that I could get closer to this bridge, the road got too narrow for the car, so I stopped the car and got closer to the bridge by foot and walked onto the bridge while admiring its architecture mostly built with tree trunks taken from the area. Then I wanted to photograph the bridge trying to represent the construction. It moved around with the DFA24-70 and the K1 in live view + outdoor mode of the tilt screen. Was not so easy to fit the bridge into a perspective at 24mm, some of the edges are cut, I would have needed the DFA15-30 (or a 20mm prime) to fit exactly what I wanted to frame. But I still happy with what I got, I love perspective pictures.
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Greazefest is a vaguely 50s-60's rockabilly event in Melbourne.

D FA 50mm f2.8 Macro:



Tamron 70-200mm f2.8, 1/200s, f4, ISO3200:


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QuoteOriginally posted by noelpolar Quote
Voigtlander 20/3.5..... Anna reckons the edges are too sharp..... unlike most lens reviewers....it reminds me of the DA 15 on crop.
Beautiful mute colours, Noel ... your new purchase is so light you've never an excuse not to have it with you!

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Beautiful mute colours, Noel ... your new purchase is so light you've never an excuse not to have it with you!
Thanks Clackers..... probally would have chosen the 31 for a shot like this.... but good to know the small 20 can do it.....I'm doing the single in this month with the 20.....were taking Bailey down the beach a couple of times a day whilst he's still got some strength left to enjoy it.

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QuoteOriginally posted by clackers Quote
D FA 50mm f2.8 Macro:
I like the detail on the little running horse, with the rest of the image fading away.
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QuoteOriginally posted by biz-engineer Quote
I like the detail on the little running horse, with the rest of the image fading away.
It's a really overlooked lens, BE - it has wonderful rendering, too.

Love you letting the areas outside the bridge blow out to get all that detail in your shot, too.
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Been shooting with the K-1 for a couple of months now. What continues to impress me is its low light/high ISO performance. AF locks into target without hesitation and there is very little noice in the pictures. This one was shot after midnight in bare moonlight.
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelpolar Quote
Voigtlander 20/3.5...it reminds me of the DA 15 on crop
That is what I was hoping for, although I like the more subtle color rendering of the 20mm better...if it works well on a crop sensor too then I can let go of my 21mm Ltd.
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This one was shot after midnight in bare moonlight.
Wow, it looks like almost taken in daylight.
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here's my 43/1.9 limited and David Gilmour live in Belgium:


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